After responding to calls related to COVID-19, the police drove the police out of a church in Calgary on Easter weekend, and a pastor called them “Nazis.”
Pastor Artur Pawlowski of Aduram Church Fortress (cave) in Canada recorded a video. On Saturday he called the local authorities “Nazis”, “gestapo” and “communists” and asked them to leave the church unless there is an arrest warrant. Must not return. .
“I grew up under communism and my grandparents lived under the Nazi Party,” Pawowski said. “My family fled the Communists in Poland, first to Greece and then to Canada to get rid of it. In Poland, including in Auschwitz concentration camp, millions of people were murdered.”
Pawowski told the Toronto Sun that he used a gun to draw the line in the church.
He said: “This is a place of worship, a place without weapons. We are praying here. They are scaring the children. This is Passover. This is Easter.”
Calgary police said people were “concerned” that Pawowski and his congregation would “not comply with the government’s COVID-19 public health order.”
The Calgary police said in a statement: “The organizer of the gathering did not cooperate with the health inspector and repeatedly raised their voices, asking all parties to leave the premises and proceed in a peaceful manner about one minute after they entered.”
“At that time, no invoice was signed. Our partner agency will decide the subsequent law enforcement activities based on this situation.”
The newspaper reported that Pawlowski received many votes during the COVID-19 pandemic.